- It was the home in which Frank Sinatra, Jr. was living when he was kidnapped.
- It was the Brentwood residence where Marilyn Monroe suffered her fatal overdose.
- It was the Benedict Canyon home where George Reeves (the actor who played 1950s-era Superman) was shot dead.
- It was the home in which David’s Niven’s wife suffered a fatal accident during a children’s parlor game.
The answer is after the JUMP.
The party began as an outdoor barbecue, but at nightfall, it moved indoors. Cesar Romero suggested they play Sardines, “an old children’s game,” which was a form of hide-and-seek played in the dark. David hid under a bed. Primmie opted for what she thought was a coat close. It was actually a cellar door, and upon entering, she tumbled down a flight of stairs.
At first it seemed as if she would be okay. A doctor arrived, and they moved her to the hospital. Despite assurances that she simply suffered a bad concussion and would be fine, Primmie took a turn for the worst. She died the next day, leaving a Niven a heartbroken widower with two young sons to raise.